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It looks like Kadokawa’s ready to bring folks to Tsushima next year.

Earlier today, Kadokawa Corporation announced that Nanahiko Takagi’s Angolmois manga will receive an anime adaptation. The series is currently on track for a 2018 premiere.

Kadokawa showed off a 90-second trailer for the project, which you can check out below:

Kadokawa also revealed the first Angolmois staff members. Takayuki Kuriyama is directing the project at studio Naz, with Masayori Komine providing character designs. Shougo Yasukawa (Chivalry of a Failed Knight, Food Wars! Shoukugeki No Soma) will take charge of series composition.

Kadokawa describes Angolmois as:

The scary great king comes from the other side of the sea… The big incident ‘Genkou‘ that shook medieval Japan is being drawn in an original way in this historical anime, along with the beginning of the Samurai…!

Angolmois made its debut in Kadokawa’s “Comic Walker” app.

Source: Kadokawa (Press Release)

Editor’s note: Kadokawa released thirty-two stills from the trailer, which you can check out below: